|ASU Homecoming 2006 - ASU Libraries|
Join Fred McIlvain, University Archivist Rob Spindler, and Jennifer Duvernay from Library Marketing and Outreach as they discuss the events and history of ASU Homecoming.Homecoming is an opportunity for alumni to come back and remember “the good old days,” share their experiences with old friends and faculty, and see what has changed at their alma matter. Rob Spindler will talk about the purpose and history of the event, including the very first homecoming celebration back in 1926...
Keywords: university; ASU; Arizona history; campus life
|Childsplay: 30 Years of Imagination and Wonder - ASU Libraries|
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Childsplay, a theatre for young people and their families, Artistic Director David Saar and Curator of the Child Drama Collection Kathy Kryzs talk with Fred about a retrospective exhibit at the Tempe Center for the Arts. In April 2000 Childsplay was recognized by American Theatre magazine as one of the top four professional theatres for young people in the United States...
Keywords: community theatre; child drama; acting; juvenile; art; performance; Arizona History
|Murder & Mayhem: The Strange Saga of Winnie Ruth Judd - ASU Libraries|
The Arizona Historical Foundation presents and exhibition of images from the murder trial of Winnie Ruth Judd, one of the most sensationalized cases in the history of Phoenix. Judd, who died in 1998 at the age of 93, was the notorious “Trunk Murderess” of 1931 caught in Los Angeles transporting the remains of her two female roommates in a set of trunks from Arizona by train. Speculations and conspiracy theories have developed over the years involving her relationships with local celebrities,...
Keywords: arizona history; library; asu; winnie ruth judd; murder; trunk murderess; arizona historical foundation; Arizona State University; podcast